How to use the Medicare Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN)

*This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 1 (one) continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

What will be covered?

The Medicare Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) is an important tool that physician practices should have in their toolkit to mitigate revenue loss and flows in adherence to compliance while communicating with the patients.

Listen to the entire program by Healthcare Compliance and Revenue Cycle Management expert, Chinwe Okoronkwo Gaines, and learn the purpose and effective usage of the Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN).

Get enrolled for the session for the step-by-step procedure of physician practice that can be incorporated in adherence of Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) and incorporation of procedure in the workflow.

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Here are the catch of the session

Chinwe O. Gaines

Chinwe Okoronkwo has 15+ years of extensive experience working with hospital systems that help to accelerate cash flow, improve clinical outcomes, operational work efficiencies, and increase revenues by decreasing costs involved in operational activities.

She is a Revenue Cycle Management professional with progressive experience in performing detailed, quantitative analysis of work and resolving challenges associated with Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN).
With her honest approach to assessing people, processes, and technology across every aspect of the project life cycle, she can help you gain industrial knowledge by demystifying ABN’s disbelief by bringing you the facts associated with the industry a better understanding.

Who Should Attend?

  • Medical Coders
  • Medical Billers
  • Practice Managers
  • Revenue Cycle Managers
  • Revenue Cycle Analyst
  • Revenue Integrity Manager
  • Revenue Integrity Analyst
  • Medical Coding Educator
  • Medical Billing Educator
  • Medical Coding Manager
  • Medical Billing Manager 
  • Physicians
  • Medical Assistant